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8 Great Benefits of Feeding Your Dog Fresh Human-Grade Food

Everyone knows that eating fresh food is important for our overall health, but what about our dogs?

Human diets have been consistently improving over time as we learn more about nutrition and the dangers of processed food. People are realizing just how important the food that we put into our bodies is. Nature is nurture. Yet for some reason, the diets of our dogs haven’t gotten an update in decades. It begs the question – why do tons of dog owners still feed their pets highly processed dog food on a daily basis?

Most of the commercial pet food brands are devoid of any nutritional value by the time the food actually hits your dog’s bowl. Sure, your dogs can survive on traditional dry dog food, just like humans can technically “survive” on eating junk food every day. If you really want to maximize your dog’s lifespan, improve their health, and help them enjoy a happier life, you should consider feeding them fresh food made from human-grade ingredients.

The benefits of a fresh food diet are truly compelling. Keep reading on below to learn about 8 great benefits of feeding your dog fresh human-grade food.

#1 – Increase Your Dog’s Lifespan

If you had the opportunity to increase your dog’s lifespan by up to 20%, you would take it, right? By providing a fresh food diet for your dog, you are helping them maintain much healthier body weight and a healthy digestive system. This can lead to large increases in your dog’s lifespan and allow you to enjoy more time with your faithful companion.

Human diets that consist of highly processed foods leave us feeling overweight, lethargic, and at risk for a variety of different health issues. The same holds true for our dogs. Commercial dog food is full of preservatives and low-quality fillers that certainly have an impact on your dog’s overall health.

#2 – Actually Know What’s Going in Your Dog’s Bowl

For the vast majority of dog owners, they purchase dry dog food from “trusted” brands without giving it a second thought. If you ask those owners what the brown balls of kibble are actually made from, they are likely to be hard-pressed for an answer. That’s because the protein in dry dog food comes from a variety of low-quality sources that the big corporate manufacturers typically don’t advertise on the bag. The ingredients have not been approved for human consumption, which tells you all you need to know.

With fresh food, you will always be able to tell how much meat and produce make up the food. You know your dog is getting the nutrition they need in a natural and unprocessed way. No more hidden ingredients and sketchy additives that dry dog food offers.

#3 – Better Doggy Digestion

You would think that dry dog food is designed specifically for a dog’s digestive tracts. However, dry dog food actually contains a bulk amount of artificial ingredients that dogs tend to have a difficult time digesting. Lists of ingredients located on bags of dry dog food don’t usually clarify how much of each ingredient make up the food. That means healthier ingredients in the dry food (if any) might be included in extremely limited amounts.

With fresh dog food, you are feeding your furry friend fresh and healthy food that is much easier for them to digest. Food that is easier for dogs to digest means fewer and smaller stools, and more importantly, a happier and healthier dog.

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